LSA 1828; MRCS 1832.
Daniel Lynch, the son of Daniel Lynch (see above), studied medicine at Guy's and St Thomas's and was clerk to physician at MRI from 1828 to 1831. Lynch was resident medical superintendent of the Cholera Hospital in Swan Street, Manchester, in 1832. He played a part in the controversy of a headless body which resulted in the cholera riot. The head had been removed by Dr Oldham and was found in a house about a mile away. It was taken to the town hall and Mr Lynch reattached the head to the trunk of the body. Lynch was consultant surgeon Manchester and Salford Lying-in Hospital (later St Mary's Hospital) from 1838 to 1872. He was also a general practitioner and certifying factory surgeon.